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Sirfiroth Wrote:
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> Hi Rod,
>
> Sadly I flunked by mind reading course. Could you
> please explain the numbers you posted? Or am I
> suppose to already know what each is related to?
> It seems the old adage might be in play: 'If you
> can't dazzle them with brilliance baffle them with
> bulls__t'!
>
> Kind Regards,
> Jacob

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1= 3⁄4 +1⁄4

The circle field with circumference 3 is equal to 45/60 = 0,75
The circle field with circumference 1 is equal to 15/60 = 0,25
1 = 0,75 + 0,25







75*25=1875
1875*4=7500
75/7500=0,01

1,875*4=7,5





The right side of the eye = ​1⁄2=0,5
40/60=0,6666666666666667
45/60=0,75
0,6666666666666667*0,75=0,5
0,6666666666666667 / 0,75=0,8888888888888889
(0,6666666666666667 / 0,75)*1,0125=0,9

0,8888888888888889 * 0,75=0,6666666666666667
0,6666666666666667 * 1875=1250
0,6666666666666667 * 1890=1260
0,6666666666666666*1920=1280
0,6666666666666666*1944=1296
0,8888888888888889 * 1575=1400


1406,25/0,75=1875
1417,5/0,75=1890
1440/0,75=1920
1458/0,75=1944




The pupil = ​1⁄4=0,25
0,25*5=0,125
0,25*8=2
The eyebrow = ​1⁄8=0,125
0,125*0,5=0,625
0,125*8=1

The left side of the eye = ​1⁄16=0,0625
0,0625*0,5=0,03125
0,0625*8=0,5

262,5 / 525=0,5
354,375 / 525=0,675

The curved tail = ​1⁄32=0,03125
0,03125*0,5=0,015625
0,03125*8=0,25
0,03125*8*8=2

The teardrop = ​1⁄64=0,015625
0,015625*1,008=0,01575
0,01575*8=0,126
0,126*8=1,008
0,126*8*8=8,064
8,064/8=1,008


30 * 52,5=1575

0,135*8*8=8,64
0,135/8=0,016875
1 / 0,016875=59,25925925925926
59,25925925925926/60=0,9876543209876543
60-59,25925925925926=0,74074074074074
60/0,74074074074074=81

59,25925925925926/0,74074074074074=80
80*81=6480
80*80=6400
81*81=6561



0,01575*25200=3969
3969/63=63
63/64=0,984375
63*64=4032

4032/18=224
4050(starting date;example chronology)/18=225
4050 / 1,6/1,0125=2520
4050 / 1,5/360=7,5
2520/7,5=336
2520/7,2=350
2520/7=360
2520/7,111111111111111=354,375
2520 / 7,03125/1,008=355,5555555555556
2520 / 7,291666666666=345,6

2520/378=6,666666666666667
2520/400=6,3
2520 / 375=6,72

7*7=49
7*7+1=50
7*7-1=48
2520/50=50,4
2520/52,5=48
2520/51,84=48,61111111111111

7*7,2=50,4
7*7,5=52,5
7,2*7,2=51,84

4032 / 16=252
80 / 250=0,32
252/0,984375=256
81/256=0,32/1,0125

225/360=0,625

7200/3,2=2222,222222222222
7290/3,24=2250

2250*1,111111111111111=2500

In Ancient Egypt, most fractions were written as the sum of two or more unit fractions (a fraction with 1 as the numerator), with scribes possessing tables of answers (Rhind Mathematical Papyrus 2/n table). Thus instead of ​3⁄4, one would write ​1⁄2 + ​1⁄4.

Different parts of the Eye of Horus were thought to be used by the ancient Egyptians to represent one divided by the first six powers of two.


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168/30=5,6
168,75/30=5,625
189/30=5,67
172,8/30=5,76

168/33,6=5

189/33,6=5,625

364/13=28
33,6 * 20=672=24*28
672*1,5=1008=36*28
672/1,6=420=15*28
672/1,5=448=16*28
672*18=33,6*360
672*6=4032
4032-6=4026(beginning of the biblical chronology of Genesis 5: 3)

[4026*367,5(perihelium ;3 January)] / 8820=167,75


672 * 52,5=35280
67,252,5=3528


3528-2016=1512 b.c.e***TABERNACLE
3528 / 0,75=4704***
4704/9=522,6666666666667
522,6666666666667 - 522=0,6666666666667
0,6666666666667*367,5()=245
245-1,5=243,5


4725/9=525
4713 (The Scaliger Era also known as the Julian era - a system of counting the years proposed at the end of the sixteenth century by the French scholar Joseph Scaliger. The beginning of the era was January 1, 4713 BC.)/ 9=523,6666666666667

523,6666666666667 - 523=0,6666666666667
0,6666666666667*365,25=243,5000000000122


3528*0,75=2646
3528*7,5=264,6
264,6(autumn equinox)*1,5=396,9
396,9 / 52,5=7,56
7,56/4=1,89
167,75 * 7,5=1258,125
1260-1258,125=1,875

1260*4=5040
1258,125*4=5032,5


5040/7,5=672
5032,5/7,5=671


1008 / 3,33333333333=302,4
672*1,5=1008
671*1,5=1006,5

(28*52,5)/4=367,5***Perihelion ;January 3

(28,125*52,5)/4=364,5833333333333(tropical year)
(27*52,5)/4=354,375(lunar year)

354,375 / 0,984375=360

4050 * 354,375 / 0,984375=1458000

1458000/364,5=4000

4050 * 360=1458000
1458000/8640=168,75

168 * 8640=1451520
1451520/ 354,375=4096

4096-4000=96***
96*1,0125=97,2

360/0,972=370,3703703703704

370,3703703703704*1,0125=375

364,5(ancient principle:day,year,degree) / 0,972=375

375*1,008=378
12,6*30=378
12,5*30=375
12,96*30=388,8
12,8 * 30=384
"between two evenings" Exodus 12:1-6

364+0,5=364,5 "between two evenings"

364,5/13,5=27(the orbital period of the moon)

33,6-0,05=33,55

672-1=671
671*6=4026 (beginning of the biblical chronology of Genesis 5: 3)

671/4=167,75

672/24=28

671/24=27,95833333333333

28-27,95833333333333=0,04166666666667

0,04166666666667*1,008=0,042



CUBIT

52,5 / 1,111111111111111=47,25

5250// 1,111111111111111=4725
4725/12=393,75
393,75/52,5=7,5

393,75 * 6,4=2520

39690 / 7,5=5292

3969 / 7,5=529,2
529,2/2=264.6(Venus as an evening star or morning star)
529,2*1,111111111111111=588(Synodic period Venus)


17,5 * 25,2=441
17,64*25=441
441*1,2=529,2(Venus as an evening star or morning star)
175 / 1,111111111111111=157,5=3*52,5

540 * 1,7496=944,784
944,784/1,5=629,856
629,856/2=314,928
314,928+0,072=315

51,84 / 25=2,0736
1749,6 * 25=43740

364,5*24*60=524880
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Other potential applications and products ; 1 Kings 7 ; temple pillars Jachin and Boaz,Bronze laver (Temple)
Molten Sea,Solomonic column.

Other potential applications and products ; 1 Kings 7:9,10
8*10=810
810*52,5=42525
42525/70=607,5***
42525 / 600=70,875

70,875*5=354,375(lunar year or Winter Solstice)

354,375(lunar year or Winter Solstice)*1,111111111111111=393,75
393,75*6,3=2480,625

2480,625+39,375=2520

2520/6,3=400

3500(diametr of the Moon)*400*3=42000000(distance Venus/Earth)
150000000(distance Sun/Earth) - 42000000(distance Venus/Earth)=108000000(distance Venus/Sun)

151200000(distance Sun/Earth) / 252000(the circumference of the Earth)=600

151200000 (distance Sun/Earth) / 250000(the circumference of the Earth)=604,8

151875000(distance Sun/Earth) / 250000(the circumference of the Earth)=607,5


604.8/600=1,008
607,5/600=1,0125





(360*2520)/1575=576 (Synodic period Venus)
367,5*2520)/1575=588 (Synodic period Venus)
(364,5*2520)/1575=583,2 (Synodic period Venus)
364,5833333333333*2520)/1575=583,3333333333333 (Synodic period Venus)

(364*2520)/1575=582,4 (Synodic period Venus)

(365,25*2520)/1575=584,4 (Synodic period Venus)

(366,6666666666666 * 2520) / 1575=586,6666666666666(Synodic period Venus)

(586,6666666666666/1,111111111111111)/2=264(Venus as an evening star or morning star)

378 * 2520 / 1575=604,8
379,6875 / 1,6875=225
379,6875 / 6,075=62,5

62,5 * 3=187,5
625*3=1875

378/1,6875=224





(...)In passing it might be noted that Bible critics have questioned the accuracy of the record telling of the casting of such huge copper objects as these pillars and the molten sea. Modern archaeology, however, has effectively silenced all such critics. It has uncovered evidence showing that Solomon was a veritable “copper magnate” or king. Says the American archaeologist Nelson Glueck: “Ezion-geber was the result of careful planning and was built . . . with remarkable architectural and technical skill. In fact, practically the whole town of Ezion-geber, taking into consideration place and time, was a phenomenal industrial site, without anything to compare with it in the entire history of the ancient Orient. Ezion-geber was the Pittsburgh of old Palestine and at the same time its most important seaport.” Ingeniously “a forced draft system for the furnaces was employed, and later abandoned and forgotten, to be discovered only in modern times.” No doubt Solomon’s wisdom accounted for this ancient industrial marvel. Concerning this activity the Scriptural record states: “In the district of the Jordan it was that the king cast them in the clay mold, between Succoth and Zarethan.” “And there were ships that King Solomon made in Ezion-geber . . . And Hiram kept sending in the ships his own servants, seamen, having a knowledge of the sea, along with the servants of Solomon.”—1 Ki. 7:46; 9:26, 27.

The front of the temple consisted of a “porch” 180 feet high, thirty feet wide and thirty feet deep. It was, in fact, a tower or steeple-like structure. Some have questioned the height of this porch, but again without good reason, as even today there are many buildings that have comparable towers, several times as tall as the rest of their structure.—2 Chron. 3:4.

The temple itself was an oblong structure, its inside measurements being thirty feet wide, ninety feet long and forty-five feet high. This made it twice as long and as wide as that tent of meeting in the wilderness but three times as high. It also consisted of two rooms, a Holy and a Most Holy; the first twice as long as the second, sixty and thirty feet respectively. The Most Holy, however, was a perfect cube and therefore must have had a ceiling of its own. Whereas a curtain separated these two rooms in the tabernacle, swinging doors separated them in the temple. Round about the temple on three sides were annexes or side structures three stories high.—1 Ki. 6:4-6, 17, 20; 2 Chron. 3:3.(...)







I do not speak English, that's why I use a google translator. I hope that in time this will be more accurate.Greetings to all of you from Poland.

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